As part of our outreach services, NPTAO has produced videos on a variety of topics that are relevant to indigenous communities. We also have provided multimedia services to indigenous programs on campus and communities we serve in Arizona.
To watch a video, click on the topic.
Robert A. Williams, Jr. "The Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act"
Professor Williams is E. Thomas Sullivan professor of Law and American Indian Studies; and Director, Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy program at the University of Arizona.
Robert T. Coulter "The Draft Principles of American Indian Law"
Robert T. Coulter is an attorney who practices in the fields of Indian law and international human rights; and the founder and Executive Director of the Indian Law Resource Center.
Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale "Claiming the 'F' Word: Native Women, Feminisms, and Visions of Sovereignty"
Jennifer Nez Denetdale is a citizen of the Navajo Nation. She earned her Ph.D. in History from Northern Arizona University in 1999. She taught at the University of New Mexico for seven years, and currently teaches Dine and Native American history at Northern Arizona University.
Evon Peter "Sustainable Well-Being: Resources, Population, Conflict, and How We Think"
Evon Peter is the executive director of the Indigenous Leadership Institute, chief executive officer of Gwanshii, LLC, and former Chief of the Neetsaii Gwich'in from Arctic Village in northeastern Alaska. His experience includes work within the United Nations and Arctic Council forum representing Indigenous and environmental interests. Evon dedicates a significant portion of his time to youth leadership development.